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Importing a vehicle temporarily (Factsheet 35)

Published: | Category: Importing vehicles , Factsheets | Audience: Visitors & new residents

This factsheet explains what to do when you import a vehicle from overseas for a period of time. A temporary vehicle import is where a vehicle is brought into New Zealand by a resident of another country, usually for a maximum of 12 months, while remaining registered in its country of origin.

Vehicle windows, wipers and mirrors (Factsheet 39)

| Category: Vehicle safety , Factsheets | Audience: Motorists

This information is no longer available in factsheet format. However, you can view this content in our vehicle safety section.

The NZ Transport Agency and public transport

Published: | Category: Factsheets | Audience: General

This information pack could be read as one complete information sheet, or as separate sheets by theme.

Immigrants' vehicles (Factsheet 44a)

Published: | Category: Importing vehicles , Factsheets | Audience: Visitors & new residents

This factsheet informs you of the changed requirements for importing vehicles, belonging to immigrants, that do not meet frontal impact or emissions standards This factsheet should be read in conjunction with Factsheet 44, Importing a motor vehicle, which outlines the overall requirements for importing a vehicle into New Zealand.

Importing a left-hand drive vehicle (Factsheet 12)

Published: | Category: Importing vehicles , Factsheets | Audience: Motorists

This factsheet lists the requirements for importing a left-hand drive vehicle into New Zealand.

Dangerous goods transported as tools-of-trade (Factsheet 68)

Published: | Category: Transporting dangerous goods , Factsheets | Audience: Motorists

This factsheet provides an overview of the requirements for people who transport dangerous goods as tools-of-trade, for agricultural use or for a commercial purpose, but not for hire or direct reward.

Dangerous goods transported for domestic or recreational use (Factsheet 69)

Published: | Category: Transporting dangerous goods , Factsheets | Audience: Motorists

This factsheet provides an overview of the requirements that apply to all people who transport dangerous goods for domestic or recreational purposes. Many common household products are classified as dangerous goods for transport. These must be packaged and identified so that they can be stored, transported and used safely. When you transport these products, you have responsibilities under Land Transport Rule: Dangerous Goods 2005.

Rail Safety Stakeholder Typologies

Published: | Category: Factsheets | Audience: Rail participants

The Rail Safety Stakeholder Typologies provide a high level picture of the diverse rail participants in the New Zealand rail industry. They’re a quick overview of some key characteristics of the organisations that the Transport Agency works with in its day-to-day activity of ensuring the safety of rail.

Vehicle dimensions and mass: guide to the factsheet 13 series (Factsheet 13)

Published: | Category: Vehicle dimensions & mass , Factsheets | Audience: Heavy vehicle operators

The information in the factsheet 13 series describes the legal requirements in the Land Transport Rule: Vehicle Dimensions and Mass 2002. The factsheets also include information about subsequent relevant legislation.

Heavy rigid vehicles (Factsheet 13a)

Published: | Category: Vehicle dimensions & mass , Factsheets | Audience: Heavy vehicle operators

This factsheet provides details of the dimension and mass limits for specific vehicles and vehicle combinations.
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